This course is for those studying HSC English Advanced and covers the new syllabus content of:

  • Common Module – Texts and Human Experiences
  • Advanced Rubric – Textual Conversations

You’ll get:

  • Classes taught by top-ranking teachers
  • Challenging unseen comprehension and stimulus writing tasks
  • 4 days x 2 hour engaging theory lessons = 8 hours total
  • A 2 hour skills development workshop of your choice – extra workshops can be enrolled in separately

Early bird discount ends 31st Dec



  • What You′ll Get

    Benefits of Prime’s Year 12 English Advanced Summer Holiday Course:

    • 4 days x 2 hour engaging skill-based modules – HSC-style exam practice and introduction to the new syllabus
    • A 2 hour skills development workshop – Build confidence in a specific area that you want further development. Extra workshops can be enrolled in separately
    • Challenging comprehension and writing tasks – Unseen texts and stimulus material to test your ability, maximising your exam results
    • More out of your school holidays – An effective study rhythm and more time to revise
    • Confidence in concepts that you learn – Language techniques, conventions and identities
  • Class Structure

    • Content Overview – Clear outcomes and expectations set
    • Theory Lesson – Grasp a firm understanding of concepts and techniques
    • Practice – Comprehension, writing and feedback to get up to speed
    • Questions? – Get answers before leaving the classroom
  • English Common Module - Texts and Human Experiences

    Students will work through original practice exams for the common module, Texts and Human Experiences, which are valuable experience, since there are no NESA past papers available for the 2019 cohort. These exams test comprehension of unseen texts and essay writing in exam conditions. 

  • English Advanced Rubric - Textual Conversations

    For the final two days, we will unpack the Textual Conversations NESA syllabus rubric, and discuss appropriate structure for this comparative essay. Students will grow familiar with key concepts such as intertextuality, appropriations, contextual values, and the significance of historical influence on their prescribed authors.